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resident who lives a few doors down where agents confiscated the weapons and ammunition likes the action that the state is taking. >> someone who has a criminal record should not have a gun. >> reporter: the state dodger says it cross revenues people with registered firearms with a list of people prohibited to carry them, convicted felons, domestic violence offenders and folks with mental health convictions. >> we're trying to prevent violentant acts happening from those prohibited people. >> reporter: baldwin park, california, february, 2008, roy pervez shots and kill his mother and two others including a 4-year-old and pleaded guilty to the murder charges. four years earlier, police say perez bought the guns he used legally. authorities say at the title of the measures his name was in the database of people whose gun should have been taken away. it never was. according to statistics provided by california doj, about 75% of the prohibited people that they are looking for are those with mental health disorders. >> you could find somebody who is stable, very unstable, medicated. so the
francisco, what began as a prayer for peace quickly turned into a call for action. >> we just need more safety. >> church members say the connecticut shooting has drawn attention to a problem that they deal with daily. gun violence. >> it's happening right now and it's come on, it's time to stop all of this. >> reporter: and so after this sunday's service they found a townhall forum to answer questions and spark discussion. >> it's a moment for us to reflect about who we are, who we are to each other? that is our relationship to what is happening? . >> reporter: the guest of honor, absenter and activist danny glover and reverend jeremiah wright, formerly of the president obama's church. >> those who live with that reality daily and in light of what is happening in newtown, connecticut, don't you give up, because it's time for you to act refrigerate church leaders believe they can start within their own communities. >> those in power, let's talk to the power about what we can do come together to change this before we kill each other. >> reporter: a group of san francisco faith leade
the weapons and ammunition looks the action that the state is taking. >> someone with a criminal record shouldn't have a gun. there is a lost killings around there. >> reporter: the state doj cross references people with a list of people prohibited to carry them, convicted felons, domestic violence offenders and folks with mental health. >> what we're trying to prevent is any violent acts happening from those prohibited people who have guns that have not filed their court-order to relinkier their firearms. >> reporter: baldwin park in california, roy perez shoots and kills his mother and two others including a 4-year-old. police say perez bought the gun used in the killings legally, but because of had a history of mental health issues at the time of his orders his name was in the database of people whose gun should have been taken away. it never was. according to statistics, provided by california doj about 75% of the prohibited persons that they are looking for are those with mental health disorders. >> you could find somebody that is stable, very unstable, medicated. so the agents a
a few doors down where where agent confiscated a shotgun and ammunition. he likes the action the state is taking. >> somebody have a large extensive criminal record shouldn't have a gun. >> reporter: a state doj say it is cross references people with weapons and firearms. convicted felons, domestic violence offenders folks with mental health conviction on probation. >> what we trying to prevent any violent acts happening. >> reporter: baldwin park california, roy perez shoots and kills his mother and including a 4-year-old. he later plead guilty. four years earlier police say perez bought the gun he used in the killing legally. authorities say at the time of the murders his name was in the database of people who's gun should have been taken away, it never was. according to statistics provided by california doj, about 75% of the prohibited persons they're looking for are those with mental health disorders. >> you can find somebody already unstable, medicated. agents are on high alert when they go up to these doors. >> reporter: mark says many police departments don't have the time or
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